Elon Musk has resumed his presence on Twitter. After Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk, 51, had not posted a tweet on the social media platform since June 21, he returned to the site on Friday and said in a message, “Feeling… maybe… a bit bored?”
Musk then tweeted an image of himself with his boys, Griffin, and triplets Kai, Damian, and Sax, standing next to Pope Francis in a subsequent tweet. The children’s mother is Musk’s first wife, Justine Wilson. Griffin is one of the triplets. Kai, Damian, and Sax are the other.
In the picture, which showed each Musk man standing next to the Pope in suits, Musk tweeted, “Honored to meet @Pontifex yesterday.” Musk subsequently posted a flashback photo of himself and his ex-wife, Talulah Riley, when they were vacationing in Italy in another tweet.
He captioned the picture, which shows him and Riley, 36, standing in all black and white apparel with face masks covering their eyes, “Venice, a location of Great Remembrance.” Riley is also wearing a face mask.
Venice, a site of Great Remembrance pic.twitter.com/GWR3xqsoQW
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 2, 2022
On Friday, Musk also sent another message on his Twitter account, which was a homage to Technoblade, a YouTube gamer who had just passed away at the age of 23 due to cancer.
He said, following a statement from the video game character Sonic the Hedgehog, “Popular Minecraft YouTuber Technoblade with 12 Billion followers just went away at the age of 23 due to cancer, and this helped [me] understand that cancer is [an] ludicrous piece of actual rubbish and death, but also try to live your best life with others who know.”
Musk said, “They may die the next day, and you would regret not doing stuff with them.” According to a story in The Wall Street Journal, Musk’s most recent hiatus from Twitter, which lasted for ten days, is the longest absence he has had from the social media network since October of 2017.
According to the publication, since January 2018, the CEO of SpaceX hadn’t gone more than six days without tweeting. The Wall Street Journal said that Musk, who is now considering a proposal that would cost one billion dollars to acquire Twitter, has taken shorter absences from the site that last for days at a time, including one in January of this year.